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Tash's #TipTuesday | DIY All-natural Weekly Hair Mask | Beauty

Updated: Feb 9, 2021

So every Saturday or Sunday morning I indulge in a self-care pampering session, which involves a multitude of things. This week's tip is a DIY, all-natural hair mask that will make your hair shinier, stronger and basically look and feel amazing!

I have not been to a hairdresser since July 2019 and I have been dying my own hair since 2017. This hair mask has also really helped improve my split ends.

I have been trying out tons of all-natural hair masks for a while now and finally devised the ultimate hair mask that has improved the condition of my hair drastically.

Here's my how-to video. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube channel for more beauty tips and tricks.


  • Organic Coconut Oil - 1 tbsp

  • Castor Oil - 1 tbsp

  • Neem Oil - 10 drops (0,5 ml)

  • Egg white (from one egg)

  • A small bowl

  • A spoon or fork to mix

  • Argan Oil

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  1. Take 1 tbsp of Organic Coconut Oil and put into a small bowl and either put in the microwave or in another larger bowl of boiling water until it melts.

  2. Add 1 tbsp Castor Oil.

  3. Add 10 drops of Neem Oil.

  4. Finally, add egg white from one egg and mix well.


  1. Start with your roots. Part your hair in the middle and apply the mixture onto your roots and scalp. Do this until you've done all your roots. Then gently massage your scalp with your fingertips for a couple of minutes.

  2. Then apply the rest of the mixture to the rest of your hair.

  3. Tie up with a clip, leaving your ends loose.

  4. Apply a generous amount of Argan Oil to the ends of your hair.

  5. Leave on for 30 to 40 minutes.

  6. Rinse your hair with shampoo twice and follow with conditioner.

  7. Blow-dry and style as usual.


Organic Coconut Oil 101 >

  • Stimulates hair growth.

  • Moisturises & hydrates dry hair.

  • Makes your hair healthier and shinier.

  • Strengthens your hair follicles and protects your hair from breakage from the roots to the ends.

  • Tames frizzy hair.

  • Helps thicken your hair.

Castor Oil 101 >

  • Its antibacterial and antifungal properties help with dandruff and other scalp infections.

  • Increases circulation so stimulates hair growth.

  • Reduces hair loss and thickens your hair.

  • Its antioxidant properties support the keratin in your hair to help make your hair stronger, smoother and less frizzy.

Neem Oil 101 >

  • Conditions your scalp and promotes healthy hair growth.

  • Contains an active ingredient called nimbidin which suppresses inflammation and helps treat psoriasis, dermatitis and other scalp irritations.

  • Also contains vitamin E and other antioxidants which help keep your scalp healthy and your hair shinier and stronger.

Egg white 101 >

  • High in protein to strengthen your hair and promote hair growth.

  • Cleanses the hair of excess oils.

  • Repairs damaged hair.

  • Reverses hair loss.

  • Protects against split ends and hair breakage.

  • Promotes smoother and shinier hair.

Argan Oil 101 >

  • Full of fatty acids and vitamin E which helps repair and strengthen your hair.

  • Repairs and prevents split ends.

  • Helps to minimise frizziness and promotes shiny, healthy hair.

Mwah x

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Disclaimer: This blog is only intended for informational purposes. Any information associated with this blog should not be considered as a substitute for prescription suggested by beauty, diet and healthcare professionals. Readers are subjected to use this information at their own risk. Tash Fromberg does not take any responsibility for any harm, side-effects, illness or any health or skin care problems caused due to the use of this content or anything related to this. Please always remember, products that work for me or others, may not work for you. Always test them on a small area of skin before buying or using it if unsure.

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